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notkonfusedwithhitech 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 9, 2014 10:34 PM Member since: Feb 13, 2003
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  • notkonfusedwithhitech by notkonfusedwithhitech Sep 9, 2014 10:34 PM Flag

    Here is looking at fast TAX money seeling in Sept instead of October

  • Reply to

    buying or selling at the open

    by applup Sep 7, 2014 8:29 PM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Sep 7, 2014 9:23 PM Flag

    Holding looking for 10%-20% upside when the people that really want YHOO Lock stock an barrel appear.. Thay will want the content, the behind the scenes Marketing and cookies , the analytics and the ALIBABA stock as well. Something that will cost between 60-75 a share. in 2014 but may be worth 100-150 a share in 2015. There are companies out there both Domestic and Foriegn that want YHOO. GLTA I am Holding

    Sentiment: Hold

  • notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Aug 20, 2014 5:48 PM Flag

    Kandi is building automated garages (see the video below produced by filmmaker Aaron Rockett) that hold between 30 and 300 cars apiece. They work like giant vending machines: Put in your card, out pops a car. While it will take time for Kandi to build the 750 such facilities it has planned for Hangzhou, the service is already operating and 50 garages should be in place by March.

    For just $3.25 per hour, you can rent one of the Kandi cars. They are built in partnership with Geely, best known in the west as the company that bought Volvo. The vehicles are electric, with a range of 75 miles and a top speed of 50 miles per hour. While that might seem limiting, the vehicles are intended for urban use and the city speed limits max out at about 30 in Hangzhou. They resemble the Smart Car, which happens to be used by the Car2Go service, a Zipcar alternative that operates in Denver, San Diego and a handful of other American cities.

    An important difference between Car2Go and Zipcar is that the former allows one-way rentals, as does Kandi. Anyone in New York or San Francisco who has experienced the nascent bike-sharing services there understands just how convenient that is. There is effectively dedicated parking to drop off the vehicle at either end of your trip and there’s no need to pay for the time you’re at a party or in a meeting. Kandi’s planned ubiquity should make the service compelling for more Hangzhou residents, even though it won’t offer the ability to just leave the car parked anywhere (as Car2Go does, with mixed success).

    Kandi has an offer for people that also want something closer to ownership as well. They call it the “Long Lease,” though it will run 1-3 years, short to average by U.S. standards. For a single price of around $130-160 per month, you get insurance, maintenance and power.

    Most Chinese won’t have the ability to install an electric-vehicle charger easily, but Kandi will solve the problem by swapping batteries, similar to what Tesla has proposed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    People selling TSLA and buying KNDI...

    by thanajira11 Aug 19, 2014 10:06 AM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Aug 20, 2014 11:10 AM Flag

    Lost my shirt on AONE, Axion but Not KNDI.. been in it 4 times now.. started when it was below 5.00 a share.. Wish I had bought more of this it has been a GOLD MINE.. People don't realize this is just the beginning.. KNDI aon ZOYTE cars will be here for the next 30 + years... What if you had bought Ford when it was 1.00 a share would you let go of it?

    I wouldn't and I bought some in Dec 2008 when it did just that . Still holding Still making Divi's $$$ and watching as my 1.20 investment is 17.00 something now.. It grew faster then my PENSION has!

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    Buy now!

    by pass777over Aug 8, 2014 12:43 PM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Aug 9, 2014 5:45 PM Flag

    Sprint, Dish will start fixed TD-LTE tests within a month
    August 7, 2014 | By Tammy Parker
    A Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH) executive said the company will begin a trial of fixed wireless broadband service with Sprint (NYSE: S) within a month. Dish launched a similar pilot with Sprint wholesale partner nTelos Wireless in Virginia during June and expanded the service availability in July.
    Charlie Ergen, Dish cofounder and chairman, said Sprint's 2.5 GHz spectrum is "tailor-made" for delivering wireless fixed broadband service to the home, particularly in the case of low data users who are not streaming a lot of video. "I think that Sprint's got a real key asset there," he added.

    Ergen expressed admiration for T-Mobile CEO John Legere, but said Sprint is capable of much more given its strong spectrum position.
    Satellite TV operator Dish controls a 56 MHz swath of terrestrial spectrum, including 40 MHz in the AWS-4 band and 10 MHz in the 1900 MHz PCS H Block.

    Ergen expressed admiration for T-Mobile CEO John Legere, but said Sprint is capable of much more given its strong spectrum position.
    Satellite TV operator Dish controls a 56 MHz swath of terrestrial spectrum, including 40 MHz in the AWS-4 band and 10 MHz in the 1900 MHz PCS H Block.
    Now do you see why so many trades are being done at 5.00 a share.. Somebody is going to get this Sprint spectrum the question is who..will the merger partner be..and when..

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Buy now!

    by pass777over Aug 8, 2014 12:43 PM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Aug 9, 2014 5:34 PM Flag

    Since acquiring Clearwire, Sprint has announced plans to use the company's 2.5 GHz spectrum for a nationwide TD-LTE deployment, much more expansive than the hotspot network that the companies had originally envisioned. The spectrum is one of the key ingredients to Sprint Spark, the carrier's tri-mode LTE service. Sprint is aiming to deploy LTE on the 2.5 GHz airwaves to 100 million POPs by the end of 2014 to complement planned deployments of 250 million POPs on 1900 MHz LTE by mid-2014 and 150 million POPs covered with 800 MHz LTE by the end of 2014.

    Prusch noted that 2.5 GHz spectrum actually has an advantage over low-band spectrum in dense urban markets because it can carry much more data at higher rates, a key capability as carriers cope with increasing data traffic. "Through time ... a number of players missed out on the opportunity to not only expand but gain competitive advantage over other networks," he said.

    "I'm sure that's one of the reasons [SoftBank CEO] Masa[yoshi Son] wanted to buy Sprint and one of the reasons Sprint wanted to buy Clearwire," Prusch said.

  • Reply to

    This is the Problem with Chinese Stocks

    by dirtrack.racer Jul 23, 2014 3:59 PM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Jul 23, 2014 4:32 PM Flag

    They are always fudging the Sales numbers by saying Sales are made when PO is delivered, or when they sell to a subsidiary or like Volvo China did the dealers made up fake stories about inventory and selling isn't Volvo China associated with Geely and isn't Geely associated with KNDI.. Looks like Geely doesn't have tight controls on its partners or there is some $ this author didn't take into consideration in writing this article.
    I believe it is the latter the author didn't take into consideration $ given by the PRC direct to manufacturers and Geely may also give $ to KNDI and it is NOT a subsidiary. BTW I am in the car biz.. I don't get my finance advice from a Pharmacist either..

  • Reply to

    70 before earnings

    by clockworks53 Jul 20, 2014 7:15 AM
    notkonfusedwithhitech notkonfusedwithhitech Jul 21, 2014 1:41 PM Flag

    You trying to make a believer outta me.. even in this down market this has LEGGS

    Sentiment: Buy

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